Gemma Samways

Deb Never: “There’s so much talent and a sick sound in London – it’s inspiring”

Endorsed by The 1975, Slowthai, Brockhampton and many, many more, the LA-via-Pacific Northwest artist talks about working in London, her new EP and why every artist around is clamouring to work with her

Faye Webster – ‘I Know I’m Funny Haha’ review: Atlanta alt-folker ditches the irony

Album four exudes a level of honesty that the singer-songwriter might previously have found alarming

Greentea Peng – ‘MAN MADE’ review: spellbinding debut steeped in spiritual reflections

The rising star's distinctive aura and voice makes for a one-of-a-kind debut album

Greentea Peng: hallucinogenic blend of soul, dub and the vibes of the natural world

Tuned into the natural world and with an aura that few artists can carry, Greentea Peng's 'MAN MADE' is a one-of-a-kind debut album

Rachel Chinouriri: “In many ways, I carry other people’s sadness and turn it into songs”

As she readies her new EP ‘Four° In Winter’, the Croydon-based musician ruminates on labelling microaggressions and finding light in the dark
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